The MAA is excited to announce our 2020 Shooter of the Year competition. Based on results from five of our most popular events, a shooter of the year will be awarded in four different divisions at the 2020 Voyageur Cup on August 9th.
Complete standings are available here.
|Male Compound||Female Compound||Male Recurve||Female Recurve|
|Wade Grinager||146.9||Kim Landry||71.4||Noah Miller||59.5||Maya Miller||34.7|
|Jake Gleitz||127.1||Rachel Withers||48.6||Kylie Estochen||3.4|
|Sawyer Sullivan||127.1||Ella Champagne||34.8|
|Cole Zeug||115.5||Chloe Champagne||28.7|
|Scott Holland||86.6||Calidora Muonio||21.5|
Please review the competition information and rules below.
The MAA will award a shooter of the year in four divisions:
The shooter of the year winner in each division will receive $300. Second place will receive $150 and third place will receive $75.
There are no specific age requirements. Competitors will simply have to shoot the adult distances and rounds to earn points toward the competition. This means that in most cases young adults and up for NFAA and cadets and up for USA Archery will be eligible.
MAA membership is required to be eligible for the shooter of the year competition.
Shooter of the year points will be earned at the following events during 2020:
The total shooter of the year score will be determined by an archer's four highest scoring events.
The MAA is using a system called the Performance Method that uses data from NFAA and USA Archery national championship results to calculate "performance points" for a particular score in the compound and recurve divisions.
You can read more about how the Performance Method was developed on the archerytoolkit.net web site here. There are lookup tables available as well that will show you how many performance points will be earned for a particular score.
If you'd like to learn more about the origin of the Performance Method including some of the statistics behind it, try the article The Performance Method: An Improved Archer Ranking System for Determining a “Shooter of the Year” by Tim Wilson.
As the 2020 archery season progresses, check back on the MAA web page for an updated list of competitors and where they stand in the competition.